Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Defining Business Rules

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Defining Business Rules

There is an increasing desire among business users to get into the driver seat for defining how the business is run. Regulatory constraints are also demanding that businesses have transparency and consistency in their decision making, and that they are able to certify compliance.

Learn about the leading solutions for addressing these requirements by enabling companies to confidently and quickly change their business processes.

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